New addition Conor Gillaspie excited for chance to play with White Sox
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Conor Gillaspie arrived at Camelback Ranch on Sunday expecting to play first base for the White Sox against the Mariners in Peoria. But shortly before boarding the bus for the 15-minute trip down the freeway, Gillaspie was told he instead would be starting at third base against the Reds in Glendale. It has been that kind of spring training for the utility infielder who creates more buzz on a daily basis. “It has been pretty crazy,” Gillaspie said after going 2-for-4 against the Reds, lifting his Cactus League batting average to .364 (8-for-22) and a team-best 8 …
Keppinger no home run, but he's what White Sox need
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New owner for Rush could salvage season, TV deal
Under pressure to keep a television deal it signed with the CBS Sports Network intact, the Arena Football League announced Friday the Rush had been acquired by Star Rush Football LLC—eight days removed from the league terminating its relationship with former owner Julee White.
Former White Sox star Carlton Fisk pleads guilty to DUI
Former White Sox catcher Carlton Fisk pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor DUI charge after mixing prescription drugs and alcohol and driving into a New Lenox farm field.
Minors matter to new Sox GM Hahn
New Sox GM differs some in philosophy from predecessor Phil Rogers: Under Rick Hahn and Buddy Bell, the patience level of the White Sox organization is sure to go up while the impulsiveness goes down.